I need to graph the function s(x)=200x+1500/0.02x^2+5
I cant figure out how to graph this function...I'm used to functions without (/) in it!
find critical point f'(x)=0 so you can find the increasing and decreasing intervals that may help and find the concavity of the curve you should first find f''(x)=0 after finding the points (critical points,and the points where f''(x)=0 )but them in the coordinates and find the point where the curve intersect x-axes (y=0) and y-axis (x=0) .....
Akin to + for addition and - for subtraction
and * or x for multiplication.
Is you equation this?
If yes then a few of the x,y values
Generate the x,y values from you function and then plot the data.
s(x) = (200x+1500)/(0.02x^2+5)
note that the numerator has degree less than the denominator ...
s(x) is asymptotic to y = 0, the x-axis.
s(x) has a single root at x = -7.5 and is negative-valued for x < -7.5 ; positive valued for x > -7.5
y-intercept is (0,300)
since the denominator is always positive, there are no vertical asymptotes or removable discontinuities.
at x = 10, s(x) has a relative maximum because s'(x) changes sign from (+) to (-)
at x = -25, s(x) has a relative minimum because s'(x) changes sign from (-) to (+)
s''(x) will tell you about inflection points and concavity.